Some interesting Diabetes information
- Heart risk of diabetes
- Is Alzheimer’ s a form of diabetes?
- Multivitamins are a must to curb colds for diabetics
Insulin Resistance, Syndrome X, and Type 2 Diabetes: A 21st Century Epidemic Resistance to the hormone insulin is an underlying factor contributing to the development of obesity, increased appetite, type 2 diabetes, and syndrome X. Recent statistics on the spectrum of conditions linked to insulin resistance are staggering: roughly 64 percent of American adults are obese or overweight; one out of the three people in the United States are projected to develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime. By Michael T. Murray, N.D.
- An Ancient Spice, Cinnamon, Improves Glucose and Lipid Levels
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US researchers have discovered that a chemical called nornicotine - which is naturally present in tobacco and is also produced as a metabolite of nicotine – may contribute to the pathology of diabetes, cancer, ageing, and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Diabetes sleep connection: inadequate sleep may prompt development of insulin-resistance
Diabetics tend to have elevated homocysteine, which frequently results in cardiovascular disease; TMG can help lower homocysteine. Elevated homocysteine may also be responsible for depression.
- Evening Primrose Oil may be helpful for diabetic neuropathy
- A diabetes type I case study: interesting observations by a father
- Reversing diabetes type II
- Whole Grain Helps Diminish Diabetes Risk
- Daily spoonful of cinnamon may help diabetics
- Take a test to see if you are at risk for diabetes.
Vaccine links to diabetes.
- US Center for Disease Control and Prevention Links Vaccine and Diabetes
- Diabetes Increase Tied to New Antipsychotic Drug Class
- Spleen cells offer hope to Type I diabetics
- Diabetes :Information focusing on preventing and treating symptoms of diabetes.
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